In tribute to New York: Dior

With its Fall 2024 collection, Dior blends Paris and New York cultures with inspiration from Marlene Dietrich.

Luxury French brand Dior has just unveiled the newest of its collections that the world is following. The theme of the Fall 2024 collection prepared by Marie Grazia Chiuri was New York. In addition to being a tribute to New York, the collection also reflects a delightful and unique blend of Parisian and New York cultures, and in another way, it goes beyond to another dimension with the inspiration of world-famous actress Marlene Diectrich. 

Gifted to the United States by the French by the late 19th century, the monument has been a symbol of the city for a very long time: Statue of Liberty. The collection, stiriving to build a different bridge between it and the Eiffel Tower, which is also the symbol of Paris, is further strengthened by these two artistic works, which are also emphasized in Christian Dior's autobiography. Marlene Dietrich, serving as the binder of these two cultures, is also an important name associated with a style affiliated with Dior. Her style, which emphasizes his childlike charm enriched with iconic and masculine details, brings this new collection to life.

Photographs: Laura Sciacovelli / Courtesy of Christian Dior.


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